For this week’s Brand New, we’re sharing details on the latest releases from brands like Diesel, TSATSAS, Mish, and more.
Along with its recent “For Responsible Living” campaign, Diesel introduced a new Green Label collection. Marked with a special green letter “D,” the label denotes items created under the house’s sustainability strategy. Made with innovative materials like organic cotton, used plastic bottles, and recycled polyester, the label launched with a series of garments like jeans, t-shirts, flannels, and double-breasted coats.
TSATSAS’s Anouk tote offers a chic, luxurious spin on a basket, made perfect by its functionality and spacious interior. The calfskin leather tote comes in either black or tan and features a minimal design with a removable shoulder strap and gold details.
Mish recently debuted a limited-edition “Strawberry Flower” collection. Celebrating the beauty of summer and the plant’s white blossoms, the collection is based around the delicate flower, imagined in 18 karat gold. The designs included pieces like a 17-inch necklace, a 42-inch necklace (worn long or wrapped as a choker), and several pairs of earrings—all with tiny pavé diamonds at the center of each flower.
Inspired by Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss, Nouvel Heritage’s “Talia & Tessa” collection includes 14 pairs of stunning earrings. In a new style for the brand, the Jacket earrings can be worn two ways—as a simple stud or with the addition of a dangling chandelier that attaches on the back. The earrings come in combinations of 18 karat white and rose gold, with yellow diamond, pearl, pink tourmaline, opal, aquamarine, and other gems. Our favorite? The white-and-yellow diamond Talia earrings.
PatBO’s new capsule collection of home goods includes a selection of throw pillows—the perfect way to add to your home during extended time spent indoors. Making use of fabric leftover from past collections, the pillows come in four styles, including green with an embroidered toucan and a white and orange dotted iteration with trimmed with fringe. Each pillow sold includes a contribution to the brand’s Sewing Dreams Project—a special school teaching embroidery to the locals of Uberlandia, Brazil.
French tableware creator Marie Daâge’s collection with New York-based designer Jonathan Hansen brings us a series of dreamy pieces inspired by the painted ceilings of Renaissance and Baroque structures. Available exclusively on Moda Operandi, the 14-piece “Ciels Bleus” collection includes a set of porcelain dinnerware and decorative items—like three variations of vases)—that are all painted in soft blue with fluffy white clouds.
Luxury leisurewear house Olivia von Halle’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection has the perfect pieces for staying comfortable and stylish while working from home. Including a selection of robes, pajama sets, and silky pieces for wearing in and out of bed, the collection includes fun prints like mushrooms, panthers, and florals in hues like burnt orange, lime green, and pearly cream.